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Electronics >> Electronic Circuits - Basic Circuit Design and Schematic >> Discrete circuits


Discrete Circuits

In digital electronic circuits, electric signals take on discrete values, which are not dependent upon time, to represent logical and numeric values. These values represent the information that is being processed. The transistor is one of the primary components used in discrete circuits, and combinations of these can be used to create logic gates. These logic gates may then be used in combination to create a desired output from an input.
 

Discrete circuit
Discrete circuit

Larger circuits may contain several complex components, such as FPGAs (Field-programmable gate array) or Microprocessors. These along with several other components may be interconnected to create a large circuit that operates on large amount of data.

Examples of electronic equipment which use digital circuits include digital wristwatches, calculators, PDAs (Personal digital assistant), and microprocessors.

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